Tag: alloy

High-tech additive manufacturing from NZ

A New Zealand company is 3D printing top-tier alloy parts for global industries. RAM3D, achieved remarkable success in a decade.

Alleima’s contribution to “900 Ways to Make a Change”

In a global marketing campaign “900 ways to make a change” Alleima highlights how more than 900 advanced alloys can make a change globally.

New superalloy ABD-900AM

Aubert & Duval has developed an age-hardenable nickel-based superalloy designed specifically for use as feedstock in powder bed fusion. Stellar ABD®-900AM is optimized for...

Sandvik Materials Technology becomes Alleima – a new era dawns for...

Sandvik Materials Technology has separated from the Sandvik group and been renamed Alleima and listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm Exchange

Featured Story – Materials revolution: alloy R&D gains a new lease...

Until quite recently, materials development was often thought to be a mature discipline.

Nanostructured alloying with oxygen

Scientists from the Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung (MPIE), the Austrian Erich Schmid Institute of Material Science, the Universities Leoben and Graz (Austria) and the Chinese Hubei University analysed in-situ copper-iron alloys during annealing to find out when and how oxide is formed and how it can be used to strengthen nanocrystalline materials.

New alloy as tough as steel

Scientists at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena have developed an alloy that is as strong and as sturdy as the toughest steel. Combining the best features of glass and metals to create amorphous metals, this development could potentially replace steel in buildings, cars or bridges.

EU average SS price forecast

According to Meps, price increases announced by EU mills during the previous month were successfully implemented.

Alloy surcharges drive stainless markets

The global steel scene remains quite buoyant despite the substantial hikes in raw material costs to the producers, a report shows.

Guide to consumables for stainless welding

A new guide from Esab aims to provide the correct consumable specification when welding stainless steels.